Support Worker - Children
Do you have care worker or support staff experience, and do you live in or around Exeter? Good news - Newcross Healthcare is looking for Support Workers to work in Exeter and the surrounding area, and the role comes with a competitive pay rate of £13.29 per hour.
If you were already working for us in this Support Worker role, this is how your healthcare experience would have been used:
- Delivering person-centred care to children with learning disabilities, in line with their individual care plans
- Supporting service users with personal care tasks, clinical requirements and social activities
- Aiding them with planning activities, preparing meals, maintaining accurate records and keeping the unit clean and tidy
- Assisting nurses and other members of the busy and committed team of health and social care workers
To apply for this care worker job, you will need to be an empathetic and compassionate caregiver, with a minimum of three months support worker experience in a similar position. You will require a valid certificate in Moving and Handling, along with the right to live and work in the UK. You will also need a smart device with internet access to pick up shifts. Access to your vehicle (with full driving license) would be beneficial, too.
In return for your skills and commitment, working as a Support Worker, you will receive:
- Competitive hourly rates, including holiday pay
- Instant pay, using our in-app Flexi Pay feature
- Flexible shifts to suit your lifestyle, with part-time, full-time, day and night shift patterns available
- Free ongoing training opportunities
You will also have access to NHS-registered GPs and mental health support to avoid waiting for NHS appointments.
Keen to get working in this community services care job? You can go from candidate to active employee in just 48 hours. Please apply for this Support Worker job in Exeter today, and help us support key care workers!
Newcross Healthcare is a leading provider of care staff in the UK, bringing a holistic, people-centric approach to establishments including care homes, prisons and schools and providing complex care in the home.